The IP 67 Bayonet Style RJ45/Ethernet field-wireable connector offers robust housing in both plastic and metal models.
Now sanctioned by global industry standards, safety networks are increasingly desirable in the U.S. Here’s how both process industry users and manufacturing machine users benefit.
The VisuNet IND 8200 Series is a true industrialized all-in-one visualization solution that mounts directly to equipment to provide highly reliable operator control and batch management.
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The Z1000 family of drives, comprised of a variable speed drive and a Bypass Package, is designed specifically for commercial HVAC applications.
Manufacturing facility management can benefit from a highly customizable building management system to minimize energy costs and maintain efficiency, and examples can come from many places.
Hannover Messe 2012’s theme is “Technology meets Progress” and this international show, again, includes 8 international trade shows under one manufacturing umbrella.
This Industrial Ethernet device (2.4Ghz, Wi-FiA) can be dropped into any existing network to provide wireless connections in process/automation applications, connecting to PLCs, DCS/SCADA, data loggers or field instruments with an RS232/485 or Ethernet port/interface.
A steady flow of new ideas—turned into value-adding products, services or process improvements—can be a tremendous source of growth and vitality for companies in almost any industry.  Here are four steps for getting there.
After two years of relatively flat food prices, the food and beverage industry saw a return to inflationary food prices in 2011, notes Brian Todd, president and CEO of The Food Institute (, a nonprofit information organization in Upper Saddle River, N.J.
Summary: This 16-page white paper discusses electronic marshalling—eliminating “cross-marshalling” to wired discrete and 4-20mA devices—for brownfield and greenfield projects, as well as adding controllers and input/output (I/O) devices can be done with less complexity. The paper cites late change orders around I/O requirements, more aggressive schedules, sequential execution of projects and new technology learning curves—“the complexity paradox”—as prime examples of how projects have become more complex.
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